In this episode, Rif from Bangladesh gets a didgeridoo lesson from an indigenous player, Priya from Malaysia volunteers with Riding for the Disabled, and Raisa from Indonesia has a girls day out with her visiting mum.
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When Rif came here he had a dream of jamming with some Australian musicians. It doesn't get more Australian than a didgeridoo played by an Aboriginal man! So Rif meets a busker and gets a first-hand lesson in how to play this amazing instrument - then it's his turn to perform for the tourists at Circular Quay.
Priya loves animals and she loves kids - a perfect combination for her to volunteer for Riding for the Disabled, helping disabled children ride horses. She enjoys working with young Matthew as he masters a series of games on the back of his favourite horse, Angel.
Raisa's mum has come to visit her in Australia from Indonesia. Together, they have a day out shopping, getting a manicure and having high tea. But more importantly, they catch up on Raisa's year in Australia, and how she has matured and become more independent.
My Australia shows people from our region experiencing the real Australia.
Our guests come from all over Asia and the Pacific, and they are keen to get involved in new Australian challenges.